Cagliari fire Maran, hire Zenga

first_imgCAGLIARI (AP):Cagliari fired Rolando Maran yesterday amid an 11-match winless streak in Serie A and hired Walter Zenga as their new coach.The move came two days after a 4-3 loss at home against Roma left the Sardinian club in 11th place.Zenga, the former Inter Milan and Italy goalkeeper whose most recent job was at Venezia, was given a contract through next season.Cagliari had exceeded expectations with their strong start to the season, which had them contending for the Champions League places with a 13-match unbeaten streak from the third through the 15th rounds. But the squad has been in a downward spiral since December.Maran was in his second season in charge of Cagliari.It’s the 13th coaching change in the 20-team Italian league this season.last_img

Suspenseful final day for Windies

first_imgMANCHESTER, England (AP):The Windies collapsed from 227-4 at tea to 287 all out in the final session on Day 4, narrowly avoiding the follow-on in the second cricket Test match against England yesterday.England were 37-2 in its second innings at stumps, a lead of 219 runs, with Windies pacer Kemar Roach (2-14) bowling promoted opener Jos Buttler (0) and Zak Crawley (11). Ben Stokes, who opened in a Test match for the first time as England sought quick runs, is on 16, and Joe Root is on 8.Although not without any danger, an early declaration is expected on Monday for England to have any chance of winning the three-Test series.Windies took the opener by four wickets in Southampton, the first cricket Test to be played since the global coronavirus outbreak.Half-centuries by Kraigg Brathwaite (75) and Shamarh Brooks (68) had kept England at bay until the evening session. The game moved England’s way when Stuart Broad trapped Brooks leg before wicket (lbw), bowled Jermaine Blackwood (0), and claimed Shane Dowrich (0) in another lbw dismissal as part of a fiery new-ball spell. Chris Woakes claimed the last three wickets, starting with Windies captain Jason Holder (2). He was caught by his England counterpart, Root, as the Windies slumped to 260-8 in its first innings, still needing 10 runs to avoid the follow-on after England’s 469-9 declared. But Roston Chase (51) hit Sam Curran (2-70) for a couple of boundaries to avoid the follow-on target before he was out, lbw, to Woakes.Brooks said that it had been crucial for the West Indies to avoid the follow-on.“Yes, it is a runs game and trying to save it was important, but the more time we (batted) today, the harder it makes it for England to come and get a result in this game,” Brooks said. He’s anticipating an exciting last day, depending on England’s approach to a declaration. “Well, I personally think (England) would probably like to (set) us 260, 270, but it all depends on the time that they spend to get those runs, and I think we just need to make it as difficult for them as possible and make them spend as much time on their batting so they don’t get the opportunity to get a second new ball.”Broad, who was left out of the first Test, claimed three wickets for one run in 14 deliveries to energise the hosts and returned 3-66.“I genuinely didn’t feel like I had to prove anyone wrong. I’ve done all that talking on the field, but I felt quietly – or maybe not that quietly – that when I got the chance again, I needed to be in the best place to perform,” Broad said.Broad said England needed a lead of least 270 to avoid defeat.“We should be able to defend 270 on this pitch, but they are dangerous players,” he said. “We want to make this series 1-1 as quick as we can, and with the time that has gone out of the game because of weather, we might have to take a risk.”SCOREBOARDENGLAND 1st innings 469 for nine decl.WINDIES 1st Innings(overnight 32 for one)K Brathwaite c and b Stokes 75J Campbell lbw b Curran 12A Joseph c Pope b Curran 32S Hope c wkp Buttler b Curran 25S Brooks lbw b Broad 68R Chase lbw b Woakes 51J Blackwood b Broad 0+S Dowrich lbw b Broad 0*J Holder c Root b Woakes 2K Roach not out 5S Gabriel b Woakes 0Extras (b1, lb12, w2, nb2) 17TOTAL (all out, 99 overs) 287Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Campbell), 2-70 (Joseph), 3-123 (Hope), 4-199 (Brathwaite), 5-242 (Brooks), 6-248 (Blackwood), 7-252 (Dowrich), 8-260 (Holder), 9-287 (Chase), 10-287 (Gabriel)Bowling: Broad 23-7-66-3 (w1), Woakes 21-10-42-3, Curran 20-4-70-2, Bess 21-3-67-1, Root 1-0-0-0, Stokes 13-3-29-1 (nb2).ENGLAND 2nd inningsB Stokes not out 16+J Buttler b Roach 0Z Crawley b Roach 11*J Root not out 8Extras (lb1, nb1) 2TOTAL (2 wkts, 8 overs) 37Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Buttler), 2-17 (Crawley)Bowling: Roach 4-0-14-2, Gabriel 4-0-22-0.Position: England lead by 219 runs with eight second innings wickets intact.Toss: Windies.Umpires: Michael Gough, Richard Illingworth; TV – Richard Kettleborough.last_img read more

Bees were determined to make amends – Smith

first_img Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles People Are Becoming Rich Thanks to This Bitcoin System x This Bizarre Photo Caused Mayhem, Try Not to Gasp when You See Why x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x 20 Heartbreaking Photos North Korea Didn’t Want Released x Last Photo: What Happened After This Photo Was Horrifying x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Hogan’s double gives Brentford victory Brentford boss Dean Smith was pleased to see his side return to winning ways and said they were determined to atone for last weekend’s hammering at Norwich.The Bees, beaten in their previous four matches – and 5-0 at Norwich last time out – won 2-1 against Burton in a tense game at Griffin Park. AdChoices广告“It’s nice to come away with the three points and I thought it was a fair result,” Smith said.“There was a determination from the players to right what went wrong last week and I thought they did that today.Striker Hogan scored twice for Brentford“It’s nice to send the supporters home with smiles on their faces having seen the team win. “Our record here was very good but things have gone against us here, so it was nice to get the win.”Scott Hogan scored both the Bees’ goals, taking his tally for the season to 13.The striker opened the scoring with a wonderful first-time finish after being found by Romaine Sawyers and restored his team’s lead in the second half after Jamie Ward had equalised.“He’s a big player for us but he’ll be the first to admit he needs the supply,” Smith said. “I thought the pass by Romaine Sawyers for the first goal was fantastic.”last_img read more

From South America: Club president confirms Everton want fullback, and that…

first_imgEverton’s chase for Boca Juniors left-back Frank Fabra continues to be a big deal in South America, where there’s a belief the transfer could happen in the summer. On Wednesday, Argentine newspaper Olé has a story about the situation, with some very interesting quotes from Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici confirming contacts from the Toffees.“It is true that there were meetings with Everton. The priority is the sport, but if a formal offer arrives we will analyse it,” said the club president, claiming that Boca want to make sure that the player goes to the right place, and doesn’t only leave for money.Olé writes that Everton would be prepared to offer up to €5m for the player. Napoli, who are also in the race, would have the conditions to put these figures up, even though Boca Juniors are still to receive an official offer for the 27-year-old.Embed from Getty ImagesEarlier this week, Sport Witness had a chat with Fabra’s agent José Constanzo.Even though the representative confirmed the player’s wish to make a Premier League move this summer, he claimed there had been no talks between him and any Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameWill You Build The Most Beautiful City?Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoMisterStocksThese Hilarious Photos Were Captured On The SubwayMisterStocksUndo美術寶1對1香港媽媽們注意了,速來領取適合4-12歲孩子的繪畫課,手慢無美術寶1對1UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 50? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndo熱門話題生髮率無敵高!96%的禿頭都獲得改善!←這會不會長太多?熱門話題Undolast_img read more

California Golden Seals

first_imgAll Activity SportsLogos.Net Members 3,326 Members Sports Logo News 72 Share on other sites Location:Parts Unknown 72 Share this post California Golden Seals Posted November 28, 2011 0 0 Sign in to follow this   SportsLogos.Net By youcan’tseeme, November 28, 2011 in Sports Logo News AndrewG70 987 Brass I recently purchased the new CCM Vintage replica of the 1970-73 California Golden Seals jersey. Now I’ve been able to locate the correct font for it to get it customized, however I’ve seen many pictures and was wondering if anyone could confirm or deny to me whether or not they had the players names on the back of the jerseys. Or if they had them for televised games only? Link to post Posted November 28, 2011 Share on other sites AndrewG70 Members Sports Logos 0 22,390 posts We’re on to 2020. Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Sports Logos Share this post Forums Home This topic is now closed to further replies. Members It’s a bowling term I’ve applied to throat rips youcan’tseeme 72 4,910 posts Posted November 28, 2011 Share this post Forums Home It’s a bowling term I’ve applied to throat rips 103center_img California Golden Seals I believe at the time, home teams could wear names on the back and road teams could wear names on the back if the home team allowed it. I believe the permission part was mainly to satisfy Toronto, who resisted adding names.I think you could go without just fine if you don’t find the right font.That’s exactly right. That’s why from 1970-77, there were games in which teams would wear names in some games and not in others. As hockey week stated, at that time, teams were allowed to wear names on their home jerseys and could wear names on their roads only by permission of the home team. That’s why my default treatment for those save seasons is to leave the names off the roads. In addition, NBC required all teams to wear names in games that they televised. Names became mandatory in 1977-78, despite the objection of the Maple Leafs, who finally relented towards the end of the season.Hope this clarifies things. Share on other sites 72 According to, they had last names on the yellow jerseys, but not on the green jerseys.I looked on there however, according to NHLuniforms the 1974 V-neck version of the same jersey doesn’t have a name on the back, yet this picture clearly shows otherwise. Which is what led to my confusion.’74 v-neck Link to post 4,016 posts 72 Location:Alliston, Ontario Members Followers 0 0 Location:Alliston, Ontario hockey week Brass 72 youcan’tseeme I believe at the time, home teams could wear names on the back and road teams could wear names on the back if the home team allowed it. I believe the permission part was mainly to satisfy Toronto, who resisted adding names.I think you could go without just fine if you don’t find the right font. Recommended Posts youcan’tseeme Posted November 28, 2011 Link to post youcan’tseeme California Golden Seals 3,326 Share on other sites All Activity hockey week Sports Logo News 987 3,326 Link to post 987 Share on other sites 103 767 posts Link to post 103 Sign in to follow this   Share this post Posted November 28, 2011 0 According to, they had last names on the yellow jerseys, but not on the green jerseys. 4,910 posts Share this postlast_img read more

Tyson Fury casually FaceTimes rival Anthony Joshua while drinking at pub; watch video

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By First Published: 22nd February, 2020 16:57 IST Also Read | Anthony Joshua Wants Title Fight With Tyson Fury On Home Soil Despite £150m Saudi OfferAlso Read | Tyson Fury Reveals BIZARRE Way To Avoid Deontay Wilder Knockout(Image courtesy: Instagram of Anthony Joshua and YouTube of Fight Boxing) LIVE TV Last Updated: 22nd February, 2020 16:57 IST Tyson Fury Casually FaceTimes Rival Anthony Joshua While Drinking At Pub; Watch Video Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua interacted with each other over FaceTime whilre The Gypsy King was sipping beer at a local pub. Watch the video for more. WATCH US LIVEcenter_img If Tyson Fury manages to snatch away the WBC heavyweight title from Deontay Wilder on Sunday, February 23 post 7.30 AM IST, he might enable himself to step up against Anthony Joshua for the WBO, WBA (Super), IBO, and IBF heavyweight titles. The British heavyweights have often wanted to face each other inside the squared ring but the mega-fight is yet to be materialised into reality. While most of the boxing fans consider Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury to be fierce rivals, a lot of people don’t know that Joshua once challenged Fury on FaceTime while ‘The Gypsy King’ was sipping beer in a local pub.Also Read | Wilder Vs Fury 2: How To Buy Tickets For The Fight Between Deontay Wilder And Tyson FuryFury vs Joshua: Anthony Joshua challenges Tyson Fury over FaceTime Raj Sarkar It was a friendly interaction as both Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua expressed mutual respect towards each other. However, that did not decrease their urge to fight each other. After exchanging a warm greeting, Anthony Joshua clearly asked Fury to mention the date of their fight.To which, Fury laughed and said that they are probably going to fight in 2021. The entire conversation happened over a video chat and the bartenders of the pub also got to enjoy the interaction between two of the greatest heavyweight boxers of the modern era.Also Read | Anthony Joshua Makes Bold Prediction Ahead Of Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury 2Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 in the making?The upcoming fight between Tyson Fury and WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is going to restructure the entire heavyweight division of modern-day boxing since Anthony Joshua’s future also lies in the result of the fight. The winner of the mega-fight is slated to be Joshua’s next opponent and the British champion wants Tyson Fury to win the contest. In an interview with BT Sport, Anthony Joshua said that he believes Tyson Fury is going to win against Deontay Wilder in their upcoming heavyweight contest. COMMENT FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff weekly jail bookings: Dec. 19 – Dec. 26, 2016

first_imgSuffron, Michael C.35Mulvane, KS125 Arkansas, Mulvane, KSAssault / Criminal Threat12/20/16 Gressel, James R.23Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailProbation Violation x212/22/16 Baker, Keith A.21Kingman, KSKingman County JailFailure to Appear12/23/16 thru 12-26-16 Fulfer, James H.31Mulvane, KS11100 S. Broadway St., Mulvane, KSDriving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked12/22/16 Boatright, Timothy M.26Greenwich, KS900 N. Argonia Rd., Milton, KSDriving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked12/21/16 Sumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Dec. 19 to Dec. 26, 2016 weekly jail bookings are as follows:  Brunson, Jamel W.37Tulsa, OKI35 Milepost 27Possession of stolen property / Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked12/20/16 Mares, Roberto W.23Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailServing Sentece12/19/16 Gourley, Justin R.30Clearwater, KS600 E 30th, Wellington, KSD.U.I / Maximum speed limits / Driving on right side of roadway required12/20/16 Gonzales, Frederick P.81Wellington, KS1323 N. A., Wellington, KSDomestic battery12/20/16 Monday 0600  thru  Monday 0600 Berens, Brent A.31Towanda, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSProbation Violation12/20/16 Kimzey, Robert J.22Wellington, KS1000 Blk E. 16th, Wellington, KSDriving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked / Vehicles; Unlawful acts; e.g., registration / Vehicle liability insurance required12/23/16 Austin, Ronnie S.42Wellington, KS300 N. 81 Hwy., Wellington, KSDriving under the influence of drugs or alcohol12/24/16 Toner, Thomas W.22Springfield, MOScott County Jail, Shakopee MNFaillure to Appear12/21/16 Richard, Brittney J.25Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailProbation Violation12/21/16 Campbell, Christopher A.30Oxford, KS100 S. Ohio, Oxford, KSDriving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked12/22/16 Ward, Rachelle L.47Wellington, KS501 N. Washington Ave, Wellington, KSTheft of prop/services12/22/16center_img Young, Paul B.42Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailServing Sentece12/22/16 Campbell, Christopher A.30Oxford, KS100 N. Osage, Oxford, KSDriving while license canelled/suspended/revoked / Vehicle liability insurance required12/20/16 Favela, Jasmine M.28Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailProbation Violation x212/23/16 Scott, Charles G.37Belle Plaine, KS750 S. Broadway, Wichita, KSForgery / Identity theft / Theft of prop/services / Criminal threat12/25/16 WEEKLY   BOOKINGS12/19/16 Glover, Edward C.45Wellington, KS900 E. 140th Ave. E., Peck, KSPossession of stolen property12/24/16 Farley, David E.69Emporia, KS8th and Olive St., Wellington, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs12/25/16 Baggs, Kara J.26Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailBurglary / Theft of prop/services x 2 / Criminal damage to property / Conspiracy burglary / Conspiracy theft or property/services12/22/16 Wilson, Darin A.28Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSProbation Violation12/20/16 Towery, Tedral J.53St. Joseph, MOSB I-35 MM 22, Wellington, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs / Possession of marijuana / Use/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body / Failure to Appear / Failure to Appear12/21/16 Alfaro, Jaclyn K.39El Dorado, KSButler County Jail, El Dorado, KSProbation Violation12/23/16 Drew, Chad W.42Wichita, KS1400 E. 16th, Wellington, KSPossession of opiate, opium, narcotic or certain stimulant / Use/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body / Possession of para w/ intent to manufacture/plant/cultivate controlled substance12/21/16 NAMEAGEHOMETOWNLOCATION OF ARRESTCHARGESDATE OF ARREST Smith, Toby A.47Wichita, KSButler County Jail, El Dorado, KSTheft of prop/services12/19/16 Carter, Kyle A.24Wichita, KS141 W. Elm St., Wichita, KSFailure to Appear12/23/16 Goans, Madison B.18Wellington, KS388 W. 60th St. S., Wellington, KSBattery12/25/16 Sabater, Robert PH46Wichita, KSI-35 MM 20, Wellington, KSArrest by LEO; Warrant arrest x 212/23/16last_img read more

Bell takes victory at Green Valley

first_imgThe Billabong Bar Golf SocietyWednesday, Sept. 18, Green Valley – StablefordGreen Valley, our usual venue for Wednesday, was in grand condition today considering the amount of recent rain and the number of golfers that play on it.  Some of the greens may have been a little on the slow side but all in all a good day was had by all.   There were some good scores in from the nine groups that played as there was no rain or even the threat of any.  In the winner’s circle were Helmut in fourth place with 36 points, third with 37 points was Martin Hayes, second came Ian Heddle, also with 37, and taking first place was Jim Bell with 39 points.(Left-right): Helmut, Martin Hayes, and Jim Bell. There were four ‘2’s coming from Brian Maddox, Barry Copestake, Ian Heddle and Helmut Hebstreit.Friday, Sept. 20, The Emerald – StablefordIt was a very depleted field today as the rain kept most of the players in bed, however there were 2 groups of intrepid golfers who started out at Emerald in a light rain that kept going all day, but it wasn’t enough to get you really wet through.Playing with JJ Harney is always a pleasure at any time but this day he was in full Irish form; every time his playing partner missed a very short putt he was right at her poor little lady.  He was heard to say that her husband must give her too much money.  Anyway, even taking all the drama into consideration JJ came third but there was no third prize today only first and second – and second was taken by Owen Walkley with 35 points.  First place went to Capt Bob, also with 35 but winning on a count back.As there were no ‘2’s it was a bell ring back at the bar.Note:  The Billabong is situated just off Siam Country Club Road looking straight down Lake Mabprachan.  If you are looking for a game, call Bob on 082 204 3411, all golfers made welcome.last_img read more

Suzuki motors to victory

first_imgIPGC Members Green Valley monthly reportSunday, Nov. 7 – Stableford1st Rod Howett 40pts 2nd Joe McArdle 40pts3rd Jack Behan 39pts4th Kevin Hamilton 38ptsThe change in the weather has dried the course and provided good playing conditions with lots of run on the ball.  Rod Howett, an IPGC stalwart and native Londoner enjoyed the improved conditions to record a sparkling score and inch ahead of Joe McArdle to take the honours.  Rod is clearly taking full advantage of the lessons he has been receiving from Al Keith.Jack Behan put in a credible display to take third place, joining Joe in representing Irish hopes.  Kevin Hamilton fought hard for England with a sound 38 points.  There were no ‘2’s today.Sunday, Nov. 14 – Stableford1st Joe Peters 43 Pts2nd Charlie Lapsey 39 Pts3rd Ted Lodge 38 Pts4th Roar Berger 37 PtsAnother busy day with good playing conditions saw the Irish come to the fore.  Joe Peters, a regular IPGC Sunday man, took the honours for Dublin with a scintillating 43 points.  Charlie Lapsey from Donegal played very well off his 8 handicap to take second place.  Ted Lodge, an ex Captain from Rush a quaint Dublin links course, was close behind.  Ted, who plays steadily of his 11 handicap, is never far off the pace.Roar Berger from Norway took fourth place, the only non Irishman to get a mention today.‘2’ were achieved by Joe Peters, Ted Lodge, Alec Hoare, and Paul Egan.Sunday, Nov 21 – Stableford1st Charles Sheppard 40pts2nd Andy Galvin 35pts3rd Joe McArdle 32pts4th Frank McGowan 31ptsThe evergreen Charles Sheppard came out to play today, winning with several lengths to spare.  The Irish stable of Andy Galvin, Joe McArdle, and Frank McGowan ran credible races but were unable to peg back Charles who  had the race at his mercy with several holes to play.Joe McArdle had the only ‘2’ today.Sunday, Nov. 26 – StablefordGreen Valley1st Yasuo Suzuki 41pts2nd Ted Lodge 40pts3rd Brian Talbot 37ptsSilky Oak1st Russell Exley 39pts2nd Barry Wellings 38ptsCharlie Lapsey 37pts CB 21A busy course and large turnout saw two competitions today, one on Green Valley and one on the new Silky Oak.  The later received good reviews and was much enjoyed.On Green Valley Yasuo Suzuki, a regular IPGC man from Japan, scored his best ever round on the course to narrowly defeat the consistent Ted Lodge.  Brian Talbot took the minor honour.Silky Oak brought out the best from our organizer Russell Exley who recorded a tight win over Barry Wellings.  Charlie Lapsey, clearly a cad, beat charming Irish lady Teresa Connelly on count-back for third place.‘2’s today were achieved by Russell Exley, Brian Talbot, and twice by Yasuo Suzuki.Presentations, as always, were conducted at the Golf Centre Bar on the course with amiable hosts John and Geoff, assisted by their lovely staff, taking excellent care of the golfers.Note: If you would like to play with the IPGC members at Green Valley on a Sunday, you can contact mobile 084 782 4582. All transportation to the course is arranged from The Haven leaving at 09.00 and you need to sign up prior to the day.last_img read more

Gareth Bale returns to Real Madrid training after injury

first_img Upd. at 16:42 Madrid are top of the league after their 4-0 triumph in Andalusia and are flying at the moment, with 11 straight wins.  Sport EN CET With Bale out of the side Isco has been flourishing and Carlo Ancelotti has a tough call to make when they are both fit. The Welsh winger was back at Valdebebas with his team-mates after being left out against Granada on Saturday. 02/11/2014 Real Madrid have been boosted ahead of their Champions League clash against Liverpool by Gareth Bale’s return to training.  The Spaniard seems to add better balance and composure to the side, while Bale is a dynamic attacking threat.last_img